Missouri family says thanks to rescuers

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FARMINGTON, Mo. (AP) – Two weeks after two strangers showed up out of nowhere to pull a girl from an overturned car in a ravine, the family has finally had the chance to say thank you.

The Daily Journal newspaper in Park Hills, Mo. reports that the Kingman family of St. Louis County was traveling through St. Francois County on March 16 when their car wrecked during a snowstorm.

Kimberly Kingman, her husband and their 12-year-old son got out, but 13-year-old Amelia Kingman was stuck. Two strangers showed up and pulled the girl to safety.

Last week, Kingman was put in touch with the rescuers. She was able to send an mail of thanks to Zachary Mead and Zachary Weaver, two soldiers on the way to their base in Louisiana.
Information from: Daily Journal, http://dailyjournalonline.com

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